ICE Alum Pnina Peled

Cooking for a Cause — ICE Alum Pnina Peled

Before she was customizing nutrient-dense menus for sick patients — and even before she worked in some of NYC’s top kitchens — Pnina’s circumstances were just like the average ICE student. Raised by a

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Plating: Choosing Dinnerware For Your Brand

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Student Stories: From Guantanamo Bay to Brooklyn's Best Kitchens

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The Essential Elements of Plating

Featuring contemporary plate styles from the Front of the House dinnerware portfolio, Chef Michael’s tutorial unveils the many ways chefs can express their creativity. {"preview_thumbnail":"/sites

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Plating: One Entrée, Three Ways

From classic French technique to new Nordic and linear styles of plating, Chef James visualizes some of the leading traditional and contemporary methods of visual presentation. {"preview_thumbnail":"

plated dessert made at institute of culinary education

VIDEO: One Dessert, Three Ways

Featuring a wide range of dinnerware from Front of the House, Chef Michael reimagines chocolate cake in three beautiful presentations: A three-tiered cake with glossy ganache and modern garnishes A

Chef James Briscione is the culinary director of the institute of culinary education

VIDEO: 5 Must-Have Plating Tools

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VIDEO: Knife Skills, Three Ways

Core Knife Tips: The average cook only needs three knives in the kitchen: a chef’s knife, a paring knife and a serrated knife. The first is for general slicing, dicing and cutting. A paring knife is

anthony caporale

Meet Anthony Caporale: ICE's Mixology Master

What do mechanical engineering, theater and cocktails have in common? Stir them all together and you get ICE Director of Beverage Studies Anthony Caporale — straight up. Over the course of his

chef chopping onions

VIDEO: ICE Student Stories—Hone Your Skills

Peter explains: “There are so many things that I thought I knew, but coming to ICE taught me the actual technique behind cooking. My skills increased tenfold.” What’s more, Peter was able to fund part

Anthony Rudolf

VIDEO: Meet the Culinary Entrepreneurs

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VIDEO: The Professional Sweet Spot

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